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'''Parshita''' is a region of southeastern [[Miraria]] stretching from the [[Naqui River]] in the west to the [[Shaelic Sea]] in the east. The exact borders of the region are unclear and hotly debated; some geographers include the entirety of the subregion of [[Milevia (region)|Milevia]], including [[Dekkuvia]], while others only include [[Czisilia]], [[Farmosh]], and [[Kaisen]] out of the countries in the subregion. The inclusion of [[Juhashka]] and [[Fazulavaz]] is also the subject of fierce debate.
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'''Parshita''' is a region of southeastern [[Miraria]] stretching from the [[Naqui River]] in the west to the [[Shaelic Sea]] in the east. The exact borders of the region are unclear and hotly debated; some geographers include the entirety of the subregion of [[Milevia (region)|Milevia]], including [[Dekkuvia]], while others only include [[Czisilia]], [[Farmosh]], and [[Kaisen]] out of the countries in the subregion. The inclusion of [[Juhashka]] and [[Fazulavaz]] is also the subject of fierce debate. Emecimi do not generally consider [[Emeciñahol]] to be part of Parshita, but many outside observers do.
  
 
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==Etymology==

Revision as of 18:42, 10 July 2019

Parshita
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AreaTBD
PopulationTBD
Pop. densityTBD
DemonymParshitan
Countries
LanguagesList of languages
Time zonesTBD
Largest citiesSee list

Parshita is a region of southeastern Miraria stretching from the Naqui River in the west to the Shaelic Sea in the east. The exact borders of the region are unclear and hotly debated; some geographers include the entirety of the subregion of Milevia, including Dekkuvia, while others only include Czisilia, Farmosh, and Kaisen out of the countries in the subregion. The inclusion of Juhashka and Fazulavaz is also the subject of fierce debate. Emecimi do not generally consider Emeciñahol to be part of Parshita, but many outside observers do.

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